The interior was lovely and light and calming,
with pure white walls, subtle brown and gray accents, exposed beams, and pale oak floors.
We found the property through the St. Jude's Gallery newsletter. The dried branch arrangements throughout the house reminded us of those in Angie Lewin's prints (one of which was hanging in the kitchen). And the house is very near the new St. Jude's Gallery in Itteringham:
While G liked the old space in Aylsham, I think I prefer the new gallery. The exhibition space is small but so beautifully arranged. And Itteringham's lovingly refurbished, community-run village shop and café are directly accessible through a door right inside the gallery. Just my cup of tea, literally!